There is a dispute between Hizbollah's militants and it's politicians. It does concern the consequences of Hisbollah politicians to not distribute rapidly the money promised to refugees of the Second Lebanon war. It is not, however, motivated by Israeli threats of another Lebanon War. Rather it is motivated by the fact that Hizbollah and Amal are unable to control the crime wave caused by poverty in Beirut's southern suburbs. The militia have been forced to call upon the Lebanese Police and Security Services to control crime. This was all reported in the Lebanese press last week. I wish I knew who fed Jack Khoury the story he has run with. A most curious example of ethnocentric spin.
Dozens protest in Shfaram against budget cuts targeting Christian schools (Haaretz)
from the article: Hezbollah leadership split amid fears of fresh IDF attack